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All Tuesday 31st Newspaper Headlines Review: Standard, Daily Nation, Star, Taifa Leo, People Daily.

Daily Nation: junior high confusion.

The grade seven pupils on Monday reported to their respective schools for admission with a number of challenges and confusion being experienced.

One, there was absence of enough teachers in public schools with the teachers service commission set to deploy the recently hired teachers in the coming week.

Two, some parents were turned away with their children due to lack of uniform. The learners are supposed to have a uniform different from what they have been wearing.

Three, some schools didn't have enough space to accommodate all the learners leading to congestion.

And finally, some schools are charging admission fees Against the directive from the ministry of education.

However, private schools seemed better prepared to admit learners than their public counterparts.

Taifa leo: Ruto Asks Raila four questions

President William Ruto on Monday dismissed Raila Odinga's claims about rigging asking him to substantiate the allegations.

Speaking in Mombasa, Ruto asked Raila the following questions;

One, why is Raila making the claims now?

Two, why hasn't he revealed what they discussed with IEBC chairman Wafula chebukati and Other commissioners when they allegedly visited him at his Karen residence.

Three, why did he welcome chebukati in his house and yet he was a presidential contender?

And then finally, Why didn't he present the evidence before the supreme court that was hearing the petition.

In another story, chief justice emeritus David Maraga who is chairing a task force on police Welfare has started hearing views from stakeholders about police reforms and welfare.

On day one, the police offers expressed their displeasure towards the new uniforms proposing that it should be withdrawn.

Star: Ruto goes after uhuru and moi over tax.

The president has sensationally claimed that tax cheats are financing azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance rallies.

In a tough statement, the head of State reiterated that everybody should pay tax regardless of the Status In society.

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